India’s seafood repertoire is less well known to the vegetable and meat dishes that are so well known. Many Indians, such as those of West Bengal, Orissa and Tamil Nadu, who live along the waterways of the east coast, prefer freshwater fish to saltwater varieties, even though India is surrounded by sea on two sides. The fish are caught in local rivers and streams and used exclusively in local specialties. The people of the Konkan region and Kerala on the west coast, traditionally fish in the bays.
I make this dish with either fresh green prawns, a white flesh fish, or sometimes even chicken. The sauce is delicious and creamy with a little bit of spice, and I usually serve it as a main with rice and one of the many fresh Indian breads… or sometimes I even skip the rice and just have double servings of the prawns.
I hope you enjoy it as much as I do!!
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